Some of our favorite essays from the catalogue
A careful and thoughtful analysis of Donna Elvira's character, with a keen eye for subtleties in the music.
Mr. Ye’s essay describes faith in a way that seems both mad and marvelous. It challenges one to understand and embrace faith as “divine madness.”
Ellie Gold Laabs
Beautifully written and tightly crafted, Laabs probes the symbolism of the skull in Hamlet to illustrate the struggle between memory and the self.
This essay is a great help in resolving common misjudgments of which Darwin is too often subject. Few are capable of treating Darwin this honestly.
Unconventional yet textually rooted, Chen's approach to the dialogues questions the textbook descriptions of Plato's metaphysics and suggests new avenues of inquiry.
A piercing examination of the lessons of history, as well as a thoughtful meditation on how Thucydides conveys these lessons.